Warframe players love their MOAs. At this weekend’s TennoCon, they’ll be able to come face-to … uh, sensors, with a lifelike MOA, as well as other real-world crafted artifacts at the TennoCon Museum during the show.
The MOA was created by Volpin Studios, makers of a wide range of high-quality collectible props from video games. You can see a video detailing the creation of the MOA — which took 11 3-D printers, 800 labor hours, and 1.2 km of 3-D printer filament to create — embedded below. Even if you’re like me and you’re not a Warframe fan, it’s worth a look. The final result is a true work of art.
The MOA won’t be the only digital-to-real-life creation at the TennoCon Museum. The giant Rhino statue from last year’s show returns, along with a Lotus Helmet, a Relic, and more. You can follow all the action and news from this Saturday’s TennoCon from 8 a.m. PDT/11 p.m. EDT to 4 p.m. PDT/7 p.m. EDT on the Warframe Twitch channel.